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Wilton’s Music Hall: City Stories – A Love Letter to London

Where better than sublime Wilton’s Music Hall for ‘City Stories: Tales of Love and Magic in London’? The show is a sequence of interwoven love stories written and directed by award-winning playwright James Phillips, in an ode to our beloved capital.

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Where better than sublime Wilton’s Music Hall for ‘City Stories: Tales of Love and Magic in London’? The show is a sequence of interwoven love stories written and directed by award-winning playwright James Phillips, in an ode to our beloved capital.

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With original music composed and performed live by singer-songwriter Rosabella Gregory (winner of New York Songwriter’s Circle Song Contest), this innovative cabaret drama takes audiences on a magical journey through London, and love itself.

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“The London that exists in the mind of James Phillips is a wondrous, languid place made of silky metaphor…  seductive and consistently well-acted production.” New York Times

wiltons.org.uk

Dates: 20th & 21st October
Time: 7:30pm – 9:40pm
Tickets:  £10 – £15
Ages: 14+
Box Office: 020 7702 2789

Wilton’s Music Hall
Graces Alley,
London E1 8JB

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